Pool Removal in Danville

Contact a Professional to do the job!

our LeakPro techs are ready to start on a pool removal in DanvilleIf you're looking for a way to remove that pool that you never use, you're not alone. Thousands of other Californian's have chosen to do the same thing. We have been doing pool removal in Danville for over ten years, and business is still strong. That's because we handle everything from planning to getting the permits and inspections, all the way to the installation of new fill and final land grading. We only use high-quality materials and equipment, and our team is fully trained and insured. Once the fill is in place, compacted and graded, you won't see any settling, and you'll be able to do whatever you want with your newly reclaimed yard.

Why Remove a Pool?

There are four major reasons that people choose to have a pool demolition and fill.

  • Pools can be dangerous, or even deadly, to children and pets.
  • Pools take up valuable space in the yard.
  • Pools take time and money to maintain.
  • Pools limit the potential buyer market for a home.

Whatever the reason you have for wanting a pool removal in Danville, it's important that you contact a professional to do the job. Pool removal is regulated by the State of California and must meet strict criteria to pass the demolition and fill inspection. Many fly-by-night companies and moonlighters offer pool removal services at cheaper rates than the professionals, but you will run into serious problems if you ever try to build on the land or sell your home in the future.

How Much Will A Swimming Pool Removal Cost?

LeakPro's Danville swimming pool removal experts on the jobSwimming pool removal cost varies. A standard residential pool removal could be as low as $5000 or as high as $15,000. There is no way to determine the actual price until a professional contractor has inspected the site and seen:

  • The size of the pool
  • Equipment access to the site
  • If it will be a full or partial removal
  • What material the pool is made from (granite or fibre)
  • Local codes relating to material removal, debris handling and fill requirements

The smaller your pool and easier the access to it, the cheaper the swimming pool removal will be. The biggest factor in the changing cost is the time it will take to perform the removal. A 3-day job will cost much less than a 5-day to 7-day one. Even the best swimming pools don't last forever. If your pool is no longer adding value to your home or entertaining your family, call our Danville swimming pool removal experts and schedule a demolition and fill today.